Review Tour & Giveaway: It Might Be You by Jennifer Gracen


 It Might Be You
 The Harrisons #5
 Jennifer Gracen
 February 27, 2018
Kensington Publishing/Penguin Random House
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 400
Format Read: eARC
Source: Publisher/Tour Group via NetGalley


When Officer Nick Martell learns that a sick child needs his help, he flies to the young Harrison boy’s side. But once in the heart of the wealthy Harrison family, Nick faces a shocking truth—he is none other than a Harrison son himself, born of a secret affair. Though the blue-collar bachelor struggles to accept the elite clan as his own, compassion for the vulnerable boy compels him to stay. That, and the deep spark of connection he feels for the child’s beautiful nurse . . .

Amanda Kozlov never felt such a strong and sudden passion for a man before. But falling for Nick is not an option—the life the rugged cop leads is too dangerous, the wounds he carries from his explosive family history too fresh. Yet watching Nick bond with the young boy in her care, experiencing tenderness in his arms, Amanda longs to take a chance on the one man who could save the Harrison heir—the only man with the power to shatter her heart. And as drama swirls around them, only time will tell if they’re brave enough to give their love the future it deserves .


 



It really made me sad to think that this was the last of the Harrison stories. I got it, you can only have so many lost brothers or sisters running around out that before you stop and think...really? So after this one brother was discovered it was enough. 

As sad as I was because I was really enjoying this family, the author did a wonderful job of how she ended the series. She tied everything up and left you with the knowledge that the Harrison's were going to be okay. 

I was both shocked and happy when it turned out that there was a younger brother to the Harrison clan that no one knew about other then Nick's mother that is. Of course that opens us up to the dilemma of what his mother did. She keep him from his other side of his family. I got her reasons, truly I did, but I also understood why he was so pissed about it. 

Hell, I even understood why Charles the second was pissed and I can't stand that man. 

I really liked Nick and worried about how he was going to be treated by his family. I really shouldn't have. Other then his father, the rest came to understand that he had no control over not know anymore then then did and he wanted nothing from them. 

He was there only to help the nephew he didn't know and maybe connect with his brothers and sister, and to fall for Amanda even when he wasn't looking for a romance. Who would so far from home? 

Most of the time I liked these two together but at other times I wanted to slap Amanda. She treated him so unfairly and  put things on him that he hadn't done. She made more out of everything he did that she didn't like. Okay, maybe I didn't care for her as much as I thought. 

I just felt at times she wasn't fair to him and for no good read what so ever. Of course in the ended they worked through everything and found their HEA but...I was still just okay with her. Love Nick though. 

I really liked how the author ended the story and moves she made. I want to say more but you should read it for yourself. It will all be worth it. Now that she's done with this series and can't wait to see what's next. 

If you've read It Might be You or any other book by Jennifer Gracen I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡








Jennifer Gracen hails from Long Island, New York, where she lives with her two sons. After spending her youth writing in private and singing in public, she now only sings in her car and is immersed in her passion for writing. She loves to write contemporary romance for readers who look for authentic characters and satisfying endings. When she isn’t with her kids, doing freelance proofreading, or chatting on Twitter and Facebook, Jennifer writes. She’s already hard at work on her next book.



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Comments

  1. It's always sad when a series ends

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  2. It can be hard to read a story where the hero is amazing and the heroine you struggle with. I just read a story with that scenario and it was really challenging at times.

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    1. It is tough. I would just start enjoying her and then she'd do something that really pissed me off.

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